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I was wanting to level up the front of my truck so that it no longer had the "rake" look. I have done my research on leveling kits (coil spacers) and the drawbacks seem to outweigh the benefits. I was wondering if installing Bilstein 5100 shocks in the front would do the job. I appreciate any feedback. Thanks
I ran down to my local truck shop and was discussing about adding 2'' informed him i was looking into installing the Bilstein 5100s as I read where ppl love them and I can adjust from 0-3" ...well we got to talking abt different possibilities and he said I should just lift the front with some strut extensions and call it a day and would be level with the rear got me thinking well when I went home I measured the fronts and rears and as you can see my fronts are abt 3'' lower from my rears ....I install those strut extensions I'm still going be abt an 1" short in the front and but if I install the Bilstein 5100 I should be abt even with my rear if not off by 1/8 give or take .....should I just stick with my original plan and run with the Bilstein 5100s or get the strut extensions ? .......
Hey guys. I recently installed a leveling kit from Rough Country on my 2014 Silverado. Today I received and installed a Ranch Hand Bull Nose bumper on the same truck. I expected there to be a bit of sag but not nearly as much as I ended up with. The truck went back to looking stock! What will be the best way for me to re-level the truck?